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-occupied kashmir. >> it's time now for a break, but stay tuned. after the break, elections are up for sale, and indian actor facilitated at the mumbai film festival. after the break, as presidential elections draw near, there is increased demand of voter cards across afghanistan. they are up for sale. poor people do not bother to buy cards. here is a report. >> in the streets as afghanistan, men's carry stacks of voter cards, looking for keen buyers. one said business is so good that sometimes he has large orders. he said he could buy a voter cards for 1.89 u.s. dollars each from villagers and sell them for between 4.73 29.0 u.s. dollars. traders were not engaging in illegal behavior but responding to the demand of those who choose to trade their votes for a few extra meals. there are months to go until polling day on april 5, with many presidential candidates already alarmed by the scale of the trade in voter cards and questioning how legitimate the election will be. >> and election marred by more fraud than the last polls of 2009 would play into the hand of taliban insurgents and risk a
in the revolution to force the predecessor. they had high hopes when morsi was the first democratically elected president last year but frustrated with what they saw as his rule and failure to fulfill promises egyptians took to the street again and protests ended up with the military decision to remove morsi from office in an act that morsi himself said is against the law. >> translator: the difference between the trial of dr. morsi and the trial of mubaraq is he has authority and mohamed morsi says he is the president. according to the law and constitution morsi is the president of the republic. this is the legal and constitutional situation right now. >> reporter: if morsi is convicted of insightment to commit murder he could be sentenced to death, dominick cane al jazeera cairo. >> reporter: we have live pictures we are seeing outside the police academy on the outskirts of cairo. this is where the former, the ousted and former president mohamed morsi is getting his trial underway and temporarily adjourned because of his defiance in court and the judge was hearing the chants of protesters
. >> the afghan election up for sale. we found counterfeit voter cards sold for a few dollars. >> the new kings of baseball. the boston red sox win the world series for the first time at home, in almost a century. . >>> the democratic republic of congo has taken back the last town held by the m23 rebels. it's taken 18 months to put down the rebellion by some of its former soldiers. now it's finally taken bunagana. the group muteineed over pay and conditions and say they are fighting for the tutesy group. malcolm webb was with the army for the final result. here is his exclusive report. >> day breaks. it's time to fight. >> a volley of rockets fired at the m23 rebels boosts more article. >> the congolese soldiers have a lopping way to go -- a long way to go. the rebel fighters hold a 20km stretch of the road surrounded by hills and bush. at the end holds the last rebel stronghold, bunagana. on the boarder. >> translation: i'm cleaning my gun. i'm fighting m23. they are not strong. >> they didn't know what resistance they'll find on the way. they soon find out. some are terrified. most just keep
of people had high hopes when morsi became the country's first democratically elected president. what he saw as his authoritarian rule, many many egyptians took to the streets again and ended up in a military decision to remove morsi from office, an act that morsi said is against the law. >> it's illegal crime. i am the president according to the sugar of the country. >> reporter: now morsi is on trial in the same court. >> mu back rather has abundanmoe republic. >> if morsi is convicted of incitement to commit murder he could be sentenced to death. dominick cane, al jazeera, cai cairo. >> mohammed morsi's son said court proceedings were a force. >> this is not a trial. a trial has no legal guarantees. no criteria who or who will not, the president refused to recognize this nonsense and these coup procedures. >> sue, i know you've been speaking to one of the lawyers who wants to represent morsi. what's he been saying? >> reporter: yes, we were speaking to one of the lead lawyers who really wanted to be there in court to put forward the lead of the defense. he was a presidential candidate but
democratically elected government. the u.s. is using leverage in doing so. it's worth noting that because john kerry has gone to cairo to deliver the messages, that the u.s. is stepping up pressure on the interim government to get on with it. let's talk more about the visit, the visit that nobody knew about until he actually landed, which is unusual, considering the relationship the two countries had in the past. it makes you think of dangerous places like iraq and afghanistan. what does this say? what should we read into that? >> the situation on the ground has been considered unstable. there has been a number of human rights abuses that the u.s. government does not like. crackdown on the burgeoning free press. crackdown on political opponents of the regime, including the muslim brotherhood, in which mohamed morsi was a keen leader. by not announcing this visit ahead of time, washington was sending a message to cairo that it does not approve of how things were going in the past five months. this idea that by going in, spending hours on the ground and preparing to move on to the announced par
elections for a democratic-elected parliament and needs to take the steps sooner rather than later. >> let's talk about the visit to cairo. we didn't know about it until he landed, which makes you think iraq, afghanistan - dangerous places. what are the security concerns. it seems like the relationship between the two countries is clearly not what it was. >> certainly it is telling this the u.s. state department did not want to anoups or confirm -- announce or confirm that this is a possibility. it says that the u.s. is disapproving of how the interim egyptian government has functioned in the past five months, since july 3rd, when mohamed morsi was removed as president of egypt. when you don't make a hue and cry, it sends a message to the host country that it's not behaving the way washington wants it to behave. as for security, we is seen and heard numerous reports of political crack downs, being arrested for demonstrating against the removal of mohamed morsi from power. the coup that is not a coup. the situation with the crackdown on human rights organization, the crackdown on the media
republicans, 200 democrats. with an election year looming in 2014, next year, republicans obviously hope to hold on to the house and to better reach groups that did not vote in high margins for them in the last election, 2012. but, new polling data taken following the 16 day long government shutdown holds dire news for the gop. when asked who was responsible for the partial shutdown of the partial government, 53% of americans say congressional republicans. compared to 29%, president obama. 56% of americans consider the republican party as too extreme. compared to 48% who said the same in march. only 7 months ago. when asked if the election for the house of representatives were held today, 49% say they would vote for the democratic candidate as compared to 38% the republican candidate. and 11 point margin of difference. >> question, why aren't republicans doing better and where is the soul of the republican party? pat buchanan. >> the heart and soul is out in the country. it's at the grass roots, it's populous, it's conservative, it is traditionalist and wants to fight. no doubt the pow
a movement lead to go a general election. but fighting between the two sides resumed. >> we're not warmongers. we have decided to defend ourselves and our rights. we want autonomy for the people of azawad. if we're not granted that autonomy, we're going to fight until the last bullet. we're going fight until the last bullet. >> reporter: even though they call themselves the arab movement for azawad their goal is to speak autonomy for all components of the azawad society, and they work in full coordination with the other groups. >> reporter: one of the issues that bother the azawad is that they're criminals. some of the youth have joined radical groups. but for this senior commander, the azawad have other grievances. >> no single child here has a high school degree. every few years we get expelled to refugee camps, we've suffered enough, and we should be able to return and those who are foreigners should leave. >> reporter: the rebels have managed to put aside their traditional rivalries and reversing the decision only under international pressure. now they say that their patience with the mal
put sudan and south sudan at loggerheads again. >> the afghan election up for sale - how you can bias many voting cards as you like forum -- for up to $10 each. >> and the sport - a home party that has been 90 years in the making as the boston red sox in the world series at fenway park. >>> within the past few hours it emerged that syria has destroyed all the equipment it uses to make chemical weapons. the organisation for the prohibition of chemical weapons is satisfied that all chemical weapons von destroyed. they've been given until 2014 to eliminate chemical weapon stockpiles. it's met deadlines. it had until friday to destroy mixing equipment. last week a formal plan was admitted by damascus as to how it would destroy chemical weapon reserves. it has to be approved by the international watchdog executive committee. it is unclear what techniques will be used to destroy the weapons. omar al saleh is live for us in istanbul with more details. omar, they have destroyed the equipment, but the chemical stockpile is still there. >> yes, that's right. and the whole process has three stag
a crucial election. france condemns as revolting the murder of two french journalists in mali. >> a 20-month rebel gone in the eastern democratic republic of congo, which made an existing refugee crisis worst could be closer to an end the the political leader to the m23 rebels declared a ceasefire. it seems that the call for a trues is so far -- truce is so far being ignored by his military wing. these are exclusive pictures - rockets fired around m23 positions on congo's border with rwanda. in the last week the rebels have been pushed out of a stripping of towns by congo's army, bringing rwanda and uganda accused of supporting rebels and the conflict in a region rich in minerals. malcolm webb has the latest. >> the government troops has been fighting with the m23 rebels on three hills close to the border with rwanda. if i hold up the microphone, you can maybe hear the sounds of rockets and bombs landing. the hill that you can see is one of the three hills where the rebels are. there's about 300 left. they are at an advantage. there's tanks, helicopters. fighting uphill in this terrain is di
head to the polls tomorrow for election day 2013. while not all of you have a ballot to cast, there are some key races. david shuster has more. david. >> in new jersey, republican incumbent governor chris christie, appears to be heading towards a landslide victory. poised to make huge inroads with women voters, latinos and african americans. poised to say he is the most electable republican. for several weeks crifti christs been blasting are conservative republicans. >> we need to show the republican party we can win again. guess where they're going to be watching tuesday, right here, going to be watching us. >> more significant given the outcome the republicans are bracing for on election day in virginia. ken cuccinelli, the state attorney general is a tea party darling, staunch fiscal and social conservative, he finds himself down nearly 10 points. the former democratic party ken mcauliffe. but mcauliffe, makes this, look for soul searching on the right wing of the gop and the part of republicans to try otake the party back. >> david back to christie, could a big win -- oka
and it will be prijtsed in full in the record. if the senator-elect will now present himself to the deck, the chair will administer the oath. please raise your right hand. do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that you will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that you take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you god? mr. booker: i do. the vice president: congratulations, senator. welcome to the senate. mr. reid: mr. president? the vice president: the majority leader. mr. reid: it is my understanding we're going to move to a matter -- if we're moving to the nomination of mr. watt, i yield back the time for the majority and the republicans. the vice president: without objection, the time is yielded back. under the previous order, the clerk the report the motion to invoke cloture. the clerk: cloture motion: we, the undersigned senators, in acco
expressions of that will be elections next year. >> warner: u.s. troops left iraq for good at the end of 2011, though it continued some military sales and development aid. now maliki wants a lot more military hardware, including apache helicopters and fighter jets, and stepped-up counter- terrorism and intelligence assistance. but after the meeting, maliki sought to respond to the president's urging that he be more politically inclusive at home. >> ( translated ): what we want is for iraq and the region to be able to work together. and we are working in iraq and mobilizing our people to fight al qaida. the democractic experience in iraq is nascent and fragile, but it was born very strong.; we democracy needs to be strong because it alone will allow us to fight terrorism. >> warner: the need is urgent: since the spring, iraq has seen the worst bloodletting in more than five years, mostly directed against shia civilians. and united nations report today issued eye-popping figures for october-- nearly 1,000 more iraqis killed, many at mass gatherings like weddings, funerals and schools. the toll
are coming together to move closer to the european union during crucial elections. alioshi milenkovic reports >> reporter: the youngest european country should not atrack too much attention worldwide but these did because thesis are the first in 14 years since kosovo succeeded election were held in the entire territory of kosovo. they defied the rule of the youngest european country for 14 years because they wanted to stay with serbia. international community refused to grant them that request. but eventually, belgrade, which has strong flu finfluence for s in that part of kosovo had to budge because it was offered the eu membership, the eu perspective. that's why belgrade decided to let make a deal with pristina and have these local elections organ entire territory. eventually, serbs from north were not happy with that decision and we had several incidents in the north of kosovo in a number of voting stations. he elections were interrupted. so what will be next for kosovo after these elections? will the north be integrated in the rest of the country? it is up to politicians to see whether t
in place by the transitional government does lead to a democratically elected new government that is expected to happen over the next several months. so as we move along the map, we are headed toward democracy at least electoral democracy. what actually happens in terms of who is doing the governance in the country and who is making policy decisions i think for now, we don't really know, how that will develop. >> how can you say the country is moving towards democracy when we have seen hundreds of protestors killed, and basic rights that a lot of americans take for granted and like freedom of the press are not allowed in egypt. >> that has been a cause for a lot of concern, i think both in the u.s. and on the streets in egypt. egypt. the popular sentiment in egypt is pro military. they feel the muslim brotherhood hijacked the revolution and were exclusionary in their governance and supportive of violence. people are supportive of the military crack down and people are asking for more of a military crack down. >> in a way the military and interim government are caught between
's an off/off year. it is november. and there are a bunch of elections on tuesday, next week, november 5th, just four days from now. and the nice thing about that in an off/off year if you're a politics dork because we don't have all that many elections happening in a year like this, the number of races that are going on that are interesting and potentially politically important is small enough that it's possible to keep them all in your head at once. you don't even need notes. new jersey has the republicans race on tuesday, chris christie versus barbara buono. even though this week he admitted publicly he will not promise to actually serve out his term as governor. so his closing argument now is effectively, elect me even though i don't totally want the job and i can't say i won't quit half way through. still, though, the governor was up by 33 points in the most recent poll. the one interesting thing to watch in new jersey is if that big margin holds on election day, what are the down ballot consequences be of that in the state? new jersey democrats have an eight-seat majority in the sena
. the investigation is just who was behind the attack is underway. i dropped local elections in kosovo. masked men smashed a polling station in an apparent bid to discourage pics are from posting. first etf. as long as an alarm and more say in court at a high security police complex outside cairo that trial was adjourned. just minutes after it began. morrissey is the country's first ever democratically elected leader he's been charged for inciting violence linked to the deaths of protesters during his time in office cairo corresponding captaincy leaves covering the town of katherine does anymore about what happened there in court this morning this trial is due to start scientists in the insta family hearing from what source is restricted in many ways and i receive is refusing to the white suits and accept prisoners on remand after wet when the idiot box and he did appear in court festival any good jacket that he was a ton and detached and said you have no right to judge me i am still hesitant. i answered and all that is what he said l said that the defendants maintained in the calm the seas deep i
that followed the election in the ivory coast in 2010. and going to syria and they went to damascus and he is struggling to bring all sides in the conflict for a proposed peace talks in geneva. so far he failed to convince several opposition fighting the regime to come to the negotiating table. we have the first official progress report on the destruction of syria's chemical weapons and the prohibition of chemical weapons says that it is on track to complete the destruction of syria's chemical weapons capability by november first and the possible exception of two sites and extending constructive corporation and submitted information on 23 sites, and weapons inspectors have nothing yet done anything because of security concerns. afghan president karzai and pakistan prime minister will meet in london later and hope to lead to peace talks and jennifer glass has more from kobbel. >> reporter: they are suspicious of pakistan and say they are neighbors playing a dangerous game interfering to keep afghanistan unstable and still supporting the taliban and watch the president visit pakistan 20 tim
says he wants an inclusive iraq and democratic elections should be held as soon as possible. >> iraq's prime minister nouri al-maliki came here to the white house, he said, with an urge request. he wanted the obama administration to speed up for promise additional equipment for the armed forces in iraq. at the end of the meeting barack obama said the u.s. was committed to helping iraq fight al qaeda, but did not give specifics. >> throughout the discussion, the main theme was that the united states wants to be a strong and effective partner with iraq. >> we had a common vision about all issues discussed when it comes to diagnosing the return of terrorism to the middle east. we talked about ways of counting terrorism and had similar positions and ideas. >> the obama administration wanted concrete promises from iraq's prime minister that he'd change the way he's governing, making it more inclusive, leading to the election. they said it was the goal. they didn't outline what, if anything, they have agreed to. >> gunmen kidnapped two german citizens in the eastern bekaa valley. the natio
iraq and elections should be held as soon as possible. more from patty culhane in washington. >> iraq's prime minister nouri al-maliki came to the white house with an urgent request. he wanted the obama administration to speed up or promise additional military equipment for the armed forces in iraq. at the end of the meeting president obama said that the u.s. was committed to helping iraq fight al qaeda, but did not give specifics. >> throughout this discussion the main theme was that the united states wants to be a strong and effective partner with iraq. >> translation: we had a common vision about all issues we discussed, when diagnosing the return of terrorism to the middle east. we talked about ways to counterterrorism and we had similar positions and ideas. >> the obama administration wanted concrete promises from iraq's prime minister that he would change the way he governed in iraq, making it an inclusive prospect leading to the election. they said that was the goal, but didn't out line what, if anything, they agreed to. >> in yemen the organization drafting the constitution s
,800. immemorial was elected by the fight. grieving parent never forgive himself because he responded to his sons prewar saying of wild goats by insisting that he should join to source and not. in such a fashion in a dozen battles along the frontiers of france, 27,000 young frenchman without gaining a yard of ground one general read c'mon of all, results hardly satisfactory. the next day the british in toward their own action just inside belgium. they fought gallantly enough, but heavily outnumbered they had no choice but to retreat that night. three days later they staged another rearguard action which resembled the battle after the napoleonic wars. no one entrenches spirited germans advanced across cornfields. against british infantry and artillery deployed in full view. the slaughter was nothing like as severe as the french had faced a number of british losses or a savvy as they suffered at later on the sixth of june 1944 the british and french found themselves retreating under a blazing sun and the occasional thunderstorms in the case -- face of apparently invincible german masses. it seems o
. now, what remains to be seen is there's elections coming and we don't know what will happen, the outcome of the elections. there should be a process for the trials to go on. you know, there should beconstitutional provisions. the tribunals should continue. and we have a few people who have been put on trial, and undergoing trial. there are many, many more. there's still a lot of evidence around in bangladesh. a lot of people are alive who can give testimony. the process needs to be on. >> very interesting to speak to you. thanks for joining us from london. >>> the government of the pakistani province which borders afghanistan is going to block the nato route. the government says it will review ties and cooperation with the u.s. we are joined by our correspondent in islamabad. clearly this killing of the pakistani leaderer sparked a strong reaction. what measures is the government taking to display their displeasure to the u.s.? >> it's two fold. i think the government in islamabad is content to continue with the rhetoric, to continue with the strong condemn nations against t
>>> egypt's first democratically-elected president goes on trial, accused of inciting violence and murder, if convicted mohamed morsi could face the death penalty. >> arab leaders gathering in cairo to persuade syrian opposition forces to come to geneva ii. >> paul ciancia told police that he acted alone in the shooting at los angeles international airport. >> art imitating life. a moroccan artist drawing inspiration from real-life turmoil in the middle east. >> welcome to al jazeera america. former egyptian president mohamed morsi is at a cairo police academy to face trial for inciting riots and murder. mohamed morsi and his legal team arrived moments ago amid tight security. supporters of muslim brotherhood are planning protests. dominic kane brings us this report ahead of the trial. >> these are the first pictures of mohamed morsi to emerge since being deposed as president in july. loked by an egyptian newspaper, they are thought to show him during a meeting with foreign dignitaries that month. he says he was ousted by the military in a move that was illegal. >> translation:
when morsi became the country's first democratically elected president in june of last year. but increasingly frustrated with what they saw as his authoritarian rule, and his failure to fulfill promises, many egyptians took to the streets again. a growing wave of protest ended up with the military's decision to remove morsi from office in an act that morsi himself said is against the law. >> the difference between the trial of dr. morsi and the trial of mubarak is that mubarak has abundant authority. according to the law and institution morsi is the president of the rebel. this is the legal and constitutional situation right now. >> if morsi is convicted of incitement to commit murder he could be sentenced to death. al jazeera, cairo. >> meanwhile, secretary of state john kerry now working to de fuse the tensions between the the u.s. and saudi arabia. kerry is continuing his tour of the middle east. it comes after plains of holy spirit of syria, iran and the middle east peace process. >> the saudis are the senior player, if you will, within the arab world with egypt. egypt i
for and the people that we elect, are the people that hold the future in their hands. they are our leaders. >> what were the rules or the restrictions when you would go into these homes, and how much video and you have on each fellow? >> i will take those separately. i guess, the restrictions were quite straightforward. anything that we film, we could use in the film, but if anyone was uncomfortable at any time, they can tell us to go away, stop filming, and i would always listen to those requests. that is how i always work. it is really difficult if you give characters or participants control later, but they have control while it is happening. >> and how much time did you spend around each one? people, hopefully think we spent three years with them, but really it was between five and 15 shoots, and they could be anywhere from a couple of hours to a few days, and we really did not film as much as you might think, hopefully, seeing the film, and you know we have somewhere between 200 and 300 hours. i really do not film a lot by standards of documentary makers today, i suppose, but i still had a worl
's help to fight armed groups and keep the taliban for disrupting next year's presidential election. karzai cannot run in the elections and through the 12 years in power there is no peace in afghanistan without pakistan but unclear if he can persuade pakistan to deliver the peace. >> reporter: and he is a former afghan mp and good to have you with us on the news hour. why has there not been an improvement in the relationship between the two countries as had been hoped with the election of him? >> i think the election of new governments in pakistan has proven repeatedly that it has not effected the core policies of pakistan so this gives us an indication that the core policies are made elsewhere or at least the civilian governments have not as much control as we think they do. so that is why and if it's him or predecessors we have seen the same vicious circle we are in. >> in kobbel what is it thought that the pakistan policy toward afghanistan actually is? >> well, most analysts and most afghans who follow this, they don't form opinions based on rumors or based on hearsay. we just
for a sensationalist victory, which has more to do with the upcoming election and little to do with justice. >> can i ask you an historical question. why did both men flee bangladesh after the war of independence in "71. if they weren't guilty of anything, what were they fleeing from. >> my understanding, certainly from chowdhury mueen-uddin - he responded to that question. to say that they fled is an unfair characterisation of what happened. they both supported the unity of pakistan on a political standpoint. neither supported the military action, and they have distanced themselves from it. mr chowdhury mueen-uddin for example, returned several times to bangladesh over the last 40 years, as never attempted to conceal his whereabouts, and has not shied away from these allegations. he has said, quite openly - he said it to this news station and publicly - that he is prepared to put himself before a credible judicial process, but this is not a credible judicial process. the government... >> it's slightly confusing. the tribunal in bangladesh said they tried to get your client, certainly chowdhury mueen
to holding national parliamentary elections. the strategic agreement gives the united states a unique role in fostering democratic development. we will work with the united nations and iraqi leaders to ensure that all technical requirements to ensure freedom and elections are in place. i want to assure you that if iraq faces these challenges, it will have a committed partner in the united states. our relationship was rooted in respect and interest, as enshrined in the strategic framework agreement, are permanent and enduring roadmap. i thank you for this opportunity and ask you to help me welcome prime minister nouri al-maliki. [applause] >> in the name of god, may the blessing of god be upon you. i want to express my gratitude and esteemed to former congressman mr. jim marshall for his speech. i also want to give my thanks to mbassador beth jones for her warm words, and i want to extend to the u.s. my greetings and gratitude for their words. ecause of the development of he mechanism and the new techniques used by terrorists who undermine interests and institutions in all countries. we are
disposal. if you look at the senate at this point the republicans can't win a national election. the only reason they control the house they gerrymandered districts and making efforts to suppress people from participating in the voting process. in 2014 up for election making democrats nervous, 24 republicans up for re-election in the senate and 10 democrats up for re-election. so they could go forward with the nuclear option. who knows, it may not even hurt them for another six to twelve years. >> i think the other issue here with the senate is clearly starting to see a moderation. when you talk with -- you do this as well, sam. when you talk to republican operatives dealing with senate races, they are talking in a much more moderate way and much more hostile to the house. i think from a political perspective. the thing about cornyn and grassley speech, they were completely lame. >> hold on. keep in mind, nuclear option only about executive nominees. reid did this for a purpose. he doesn't want to expand scope including legislative and judicial. >> this is a leverage game with republicans
, this is being criticized. the new government in pakistan has largely been elected on a position of ending u.s. drone strikes in pakistan and starting peace talks with the pakistani taliban. government officials in pakistan are angry about this. however, many security officials in pakistan are actually welcoming this move. he is a ruthless and violent leader of the taliban as i said here in afghanistan. his death is being welcomed not only by americans but also afghans who see him as sort of a root cause of many problems here in afghanistan. now, it should be noted, kelly, that the pakistani taliban have already appointed a new leader of the pakistani taliban movement. they're also vowing revenge. so right now, even though they've lost their head, kelly, it appears the taliban will continue to launch attacks in both pakistan and here in afghanistan. >> conor powell reporting from afghanistan, thank you for that report. >>> fresh fallout over the ailing obama care website. for those of you still trying to sign up, the site will be offline for repairs starting tonight at 9:00 p.m. that's expec
who used to be the prime minister was re-elected as the prime minister. he's not been on the job for six months. it's essential for him staying in power to say to pakistani citizens - i hear your concerns and fears, and i'm trying to do my best to stand up to washington to prevent the source of attacks from happening. in fact, there was a family which travelled from pakistan to washington to atone members of congress, the impact that one such drone strike had on their family. they weren't the targets but lost their grandmother in what can be described as collateral damage. it's the sort of thing that terrified people, making them feel they can't trust wabz -- washington, which says it's a close ally of pakistan. >> have we heard from the white house today? >> we have not heard from the white house, but from a senior administration official who is telling al jazeera that while the administration can't confirm that hakimullah mehsud was killed on friday in the drone strike, or that khan said has become the new head of the pakistani taliban, the official goes on to say in the u.s.'
. he says the polls could do him a disservice because voters actually have to get there on election day and cast ballots. so he says he is trying to grind it out, push from town to town to connect with voters, to make sure they actually turn out. there's also the issue of how big of a margin might he have if he is, in fact, going to win, how big a win. and i talked to him about that last night. >> i'm not planning for it. i just think it's inevitable. you know, i think people look at elections and try to discern things from them about what they mean at that moment and what they mean for the future. i think that what people are going to see is so unusual for what our party has created in the last couple years that invariably people are going to draw in. i hope they do. >> is the margin necessary so lay a future for your career? >> i don't think so. remember something, barack obama won this state by 17 points a year ago. the fact you're eastbouven talk a republican about margin rather than can you win or no is a good thing to have. >> reporter: we've also been talking to voters here. many
are set to shape up the political word. new details from "double down." the details from the 2012 election are leaking to the press. remember the rumors the obama administration was thinking of booting vice president biden off the ticket for hillary clinton. >> that's crazy news chatter. >> joe, you heard from insiders about this. everybody poo-pooed you. >> said it early on. people were talking about it in '11. i heard from insiders. we talked about it on this show. everybody laughed. >> well, it turns out, when you say it, yeah. it turns out -- it turns out, oba obama's chief of staff at the time, was actively pushing the idea. his quote, i was vocal about looking into a bunch of things. this was one of them. you have to remember, at that point, the president was in awful shape. so, we were like holy christ, what do we do. fortunately for vice president biden, research suggested the move wasn't going to help the president's chances. i wonder why? >> hillary clinton's approval rating is down to 46% right now, i saw. hillary clinton -- >> this is interesting. >> i have great admiration for
rouhani election. nuclear weapons talks begin on november 7. >> thank you very much. it's a pleasure to be here to talk on the possibility of having a normal, peaceful relationship with the ran. and it seems to me and i'll declare my opinion at the outset that this is the best chance we've had the revolution. it's 34 years now. and we should make every effort to see if it can work. and i'll go through it that effort would entail. first is the nuclear question. does iran have any nuclear weapons? the answer from all intelligence sources and from the iaea and the expert community is that it has no nuclear weapons. does it have the capacity to build nuclear weapons? and the answer is yes, it does have the capacity. and that's the dilemma, having the capacity, can you trust monitoring and verification sufficiently to be able to take remedial action if the peaceful path is abandoned and iran goes down the path to acquiring its own nuclear weapons. that's the task that was set before our nation and the npt and all the signatories to the npt are devoted to that task. to prevent proliferatio
♪ protests across egypt today as the country's first demeanorly elected president is on trial accused of violence and murder and if convicted mohamed morsi could face the death penalty and fall out after a suspected u.s. drone strike kills the head of the pakistan taliban and the u.s. ambassador is going to islamabad. the trouble gunman accused of opening fire at lax and killing a tsa worker and they told him after they shot him he acted alone. and a traditional form of fighting hundreds of years old is in danger of getting knocked out by modern martial arts. good morning and welcome to al jazeera america, i'm stephanie, more than four months after egypt military coup the trial of the first freely elected president is underway and p.m. was over thrown on july 3 and held in a secret location until today. no pictures showing morsi in court have come out. he arrived earlier at a police academy in cairo for the start of his trial. these are live pictures of protesters outside the court building. morsi is charged with insightment to commit murder. supporters say the trial is politi
before appearance of opposition politician who is a candidate for prime minister in next year's election. it went off at the train station. no groups have admitted to the attack. georgia has finished voting for a new president. the ballots are still being counted. exit polls show a victory for -- and now sporting opponent -- an outspoken opponent of the outgoing leader. >> as it -- exit polls show the 44-year-old and ahead of 22 other candidates including the candidate of the countries -- country's outgoing president. he has come out to the media and confirmed his defeat and congratulated his rival. although, official results will only come out in two weeks. and technically it is being treated and is still remains. this bold is less about the country future but saying the by to the country's pass an outgoing president. his almost 10 year long presidency ends with this vote. how was his legacy? my report on that. the tractors of georgia's outgoing president. they follow mikhail everywhere to leave him and no doubt. he was the once popular leader of the rose revolution. the first revolutio
to the benefit of everybody if he is willing to take that step. obama said there should be a new election law and iraqi. what should that be? >> there is a dispute right now and primee kurds minister nouri al-maliki and people in parliament over whether he should have elections by in the visual province, with winner take all per province, or country wide. so if kurds have 19% countrywide, they will have 20% of the seats in parliament. that is a struggle. >> even if the prime minister invited more sunnis into the government, would that be taken seriously? >> i think so. the sunnis are split on whether to work with nouri al-maliki, joint out, or whether to extremist factions like al qaeda. the more he does and the more the parliament does and the more the shia and kurds due to bring in the sunni minority, what we have seen in the past is the more they will stand up against the terrorist. >> when you look at the enormous cost to the u.s., you know that better than anyone in terms of dollars, in terms of the region, in terms of u.s. lives, iraqi , is it similar to the 2003 invasion? >> i get this
was recently re-elected as prime minister. he has not been on the job for six months yet. it's essential to his staying in power to say to pakistani sit citizens i hear your concerns and i hear your fears. i'm going to try to do my very best to stand up to washington to prevent these sort of attacks from happening. there was a family that traveled from pakistan to washington this week to tell members of congress that the impact that one such drone attack had on their family. they were not the ta targets. but they lost their grand mother in what could be described as collateral damage. it's the surety of thin -- sortf thing that has terrified people and they can't trust washington and it's a close ally with pakistan. >> and have we heard anything from the white house today? >> we have not heard from the white house but from a senior administration official who is telling al jazeera that while the administration can't confirm that massoud was killed on friday in this drone strike khan said has port coquitlam th becol leader of the taliban. the taliban is a enemy of the united states and it's goin
hotline is seen taking part in the elections as recognizing consecrated as an independent country. by participating in these elections with the serbs are so cute using them for a serbian state based kosovo has been created eyes of the serbian people's misfortune. everyone here understands the gods of the trail. it says in casa de must assign time david and in eighteen fifty nine. some one point eight million people would take to the post. we didn't have been protests in support of the comedienne the semi set the satirical tv show and was taken off the a new week off to his comeback television channels have to say would have been all cost because it violates its editorial policy. but that's a nice it is often compared to american john askew x has come under fire from booking agent mentioned buddhists stephen powerful. protesting to the right to poke fun this beat its political crises dozens of activists staged a demonstration of the private tv channels bbc reporting on the popular satirical program hosted by comedian gots a new set. the move was condemned by his friends as well as
and establishing elections for a new democratically elected president and parliament. and it need to take on has to steps much soonerrather than later. >> let's talk about this visit to ki cairo. we didn't know about is unti une landed. >> which makes you think iraq and afghanistan. extremely dangerous places. >> what are the security concerns and the relationship between the two countries is clearly not what was. >> it certainly was telling the u.s. state department did not want to announce or confirm this was even a possibility. and that sends a diplomatic signal. it says the u.s. is very much disapproving of how the interim egyptian government has been functioning in the last five months since july 3rd. when you don't make a big human cry it sends a message to the host country that it's not the behaving the way washington wants it to behave. >> as for the security situation, we have seen and heard newma numerous reports of political crack downs of muslim brotherhood members being arrested for demonstrating against morsi being ousted from power. the situation with the crack down on human right
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